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Old 06-25-2003, 07:38 PM   #11
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if you ever need to go really fast the Eagle One Wax As You Dry stuff actually does a pretty fair job. It'* not as good as the other'* mentioned but it'* better than doing nothing at all. Just spray it one while your car is wet and then dry your car.
My dad and I use the same stuff on our cars... well, you've seen the pics
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I really like their commercial.
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I use Zaino. Great stuff.
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I use good old Zymol car wax.... That stuff is the best...
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i use meguiars too i got some in a car care kit for xmas as u can tell from the pic in my sig it works very well
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I use Mcguire'* Cleaner Wax or Mcguire'* Gold Class Wax. They both work great and leave an amazing shine on the car. They both go on and come off very easily. I used to use the Mother'* 3 step process but I hated putting that much time into it.
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Good thing is you only have to do the whole 3 step process once a year. Then just wash and wax whenever. But yeah the 3 phases does take a long time, especially on our big cars!
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